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The housing market in the United States is set to hit a low if monetary policy in the country is tightened, according to the CEO of Savills, John Lyons.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg has the story on Diamond Foods halting dividend payments; Insight on why expediting construction of the southern half of the Keystone X-L Pipeline could actually push gas and diesel prices up in some parts of the country, with Philip Verleger, PKVerleger.
Europe will see a recession this year and Portugal is likely to follow in Greece’s footsteps as the country struggles with high borrowing costs, according to the Managing Director of Market Research and Strategy at Roubini Global Economics.
Dissecting the day's major business news, including HP's shakeup, Oracle's earnings call, the rally in financials, and more, with the Fast Money traders. CNBC's Jane Wells also reports on a victory for Chinese solar stocks.
Some celebrities, including Lauryn Hill, fell out of good standing with the IRS, and paid dearly for it. Read ahead to see some of the celebrities who just didn’t get that return in on time.
Douglas Oberhelman, Chairman & CEO, Caterpillar says he's very optimistic about 2012. Paul Donovan, MD & Deputy Head of Global Economics, UBS joins the discussion.
When you put what’s happening in the U.S. in context with what other countries have to offer, the U.S. could be considered the best place invest, the “Mad Money” host says.
Dissecting the day's major business news, with the Fast Money traders, including the top non-dividend paying companies with the biggest amount of cash on their books, with Colin Gillis, BGC Financial.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports this weekend's premiere of "The Hunger Games" is well on its way to posting one of the biggest opening weekends ever at the box office and could hit anywhere between $70-$100 million.
March Madness can be the bane of an employer's existence as employees research their brackets and sneak scores at work in between spreadsheets. But if you're a boss, think twice before you go making a big crackdown: The madness could actually be good for productivity!
Forget the U.S., E.U. and Japan. Look to Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific region for stable sources of income.
Personal debt dies with the borrower, and thus can’t be passed along to children or spouses -- but there are some notable — and potentially costly — exceptions.
Public spending on health has already lurched out of control, owing to expensive new technologies and malfunctioning medical markets. Here's why three reforms will be crucial.
Tired of crying about the economic crisis and recession? Yeah, Dan Abrams, Josh Zepps and Jeff Michalski thought so. So they're trying to raise money on Kickstarter for "False Profit," a mockumentary on who's to blame for the economic crisis.
The Dow, S&P and Nasdaq keep rising, so is now the time to get short ahead of Friday's options expiration and CPI report? Keith McCullough, Hedgeye, weighs in on the trade. Also, the play on the rise in bank stocks, with The Fast Money traders. And is China already in a hard landing?
One 13-year old made enough money at her part-time job to buy her own helicopter. And no, the money didn't come from a lemonade stand or paper route!
Scott Nations, NationsShares has the import price data from February and the impact on rates and the dollar.
Despite the rally in U.S. financial stocks following the results of the Federal Reserve's annual bank stress test, which showed majority of the banks had sufficient capital buffers, one analyst is still skeptical about the health of the sector.
A day after the United States, the European Union and Japan filed a joint complaint to the World Trade Organization against China’s export restrictions on strategic rare earth metals, the President of exploration firm U.S. Rare Earths tells CNBC that the trade case will not help solve current supply issues.
European equities may turn out to be a better investment bet than U.S. stocks thanks to the current valuation gap, Richard Cookson, Global Chief Investment Officer at Citi Private Bank, told CNBC.